John Kaster

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Additional reports on bugs fixed in Delphi 2005 Update 2 are now in QualityCentral

with 4 comments

I’ve pushed some of the Delphi 2005 Update 2 bug reports from Borland’s internal tracking system to QualityCentral, so everyone can see what the bugs were. There are currently 32 new closed bugs published. These a new bug reports to QualityCentral, not updates for existing QC bug reports that were linked to internal reports.

You can always see the current list of bugs marked as fixed in Delphi 2005 Update 2 by using the QualityCentral web client search page with the following URL: http://qc.borland.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?search=1&rib=9.0.1882.30496. There are currently 95 reports matching the search conditions. We will continue to review, clean up, and post the other 100+ bugs fixed in update 2, so you can re-use the URL above to always get the current list.

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Written by John Kaster

April 27, 2005 at 5:05 pm

4 Responses

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  1. QC10123 was fixed with SP2 (but is still marked as open) as I have been using the feature very happily ever since!

    David Wilcockson

    April 28, 2005 at 12:45 am

  2. Why is it taking so long to complete a fixlist that should have been ready two months ago! Any idea when it will be finished?
    We need this information urgently! As it stands, we’re still not sure what exactly has been fixed (or not) in Update 2…
    This gives a very bad impression of Borland’s QA policies.

    Michael Marshall

    April 28, 2005 at 1:37 am

  3. Just reviewing the updated list – most of the "new" bugs have this short description:
    "(Unavailable) Pulled from the internal system"

    Most unhelpful – you have to look at each individual report to see what it’s actually about!
    Very unimpressed…

    Michael Marshall

    April 28, 2005 at 1:40 am

  4. Hey, Please release Update Pack4 of Delphi2005.
    A lot of customer are angry with your Borland and They will never buy Borland products if you igore previous verision of Delphi.

    Registered User

    January 16, 2006 at 5:49 am


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